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Implementing An ADO Data Control With VB6


The ADO data control can save Visual Basic developers hours of time. In this article Susan shows us exactly how to go about implementing an ADO control.

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By: Susan Harkins
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June 15, 2002
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Implementing An ADO Data Control With VB6
  2. · What is a data control?
  3. · Adding the remaining controls
  4. · Conclusion

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You might say that the data control is a Visual Basic orphan; some developers refuse to even use it. Why? They find it limiting. On the other hand, I believe in using the least effort possible. If a simple control will do the trick, I'm all for it. In this series of articles we're going to review database programming from the ground up. The data control is a good place to start. Once you know its assets and limitations, you can decide for yourself whether the data control is for you. Ask a group of VB developers how they feel about the data control, and you'll get a variety of responses. Some use the control quite a bit while others never use it at all. Why the discrepancy between users? Those who don't use it tell us that the control isn’t all that flexible. It seems the control has a hard time growing with an application. Frankly, the majority of my applications never come back to haunt me like this. When they do, it's for added functionality. Rarely do I actually have to rewrite existing features. I'm told I'm part of a small minority. For what it's worth, I like the data control--especially now that version 6.0 supports ADO. In this article we're going to work with the ADO data control in Visual Basic 6. We will learn about ADO, how to create a bound form, and more.
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